More on Gilles Clement

I started looking for something more on the work of Gilles Clément and came across this interesting lecture that he gave for UCSD, “What is the Third Landscape?”

In the film clip above, Clément defines a garden as an enclosure “done in order to protect the best.”  Today, he says, the best is “the life, mostly the diversity.”  He discusses his design concept of “garden in movement.”  This is the name of the section of Parc Andre-Citroën in Paris that he designed, and which I had foolishly thought referred to a garden with a lot of wavy plants. Continue reading “More on Gilles Clement”